High court ruling to allow parents to bury unborn babies offers dignity, but not to all

The recent ruling is a step in the right direction, but it creates an arbitrary separation as to who is legally seen as human

The renewal: US-Africa relationship

Less aid and more trade will be the buzz words

No justice for Dawit Isaak, the world’s longest detained journalist

Reporters without Borders and others call on higher authorities to review prosecutor’s decision not to investigate the case

Data science needs input from women

Diversity in terms of race, class, gender, sexuality and ability is critical to the field’s advancement.

Khaya Sithole: The real weapons of mass destruction

Ratings agencies and derivatives caused the housing bubble, but where does the next financial crisis lurk?

Telemedicine is a quick cure for Africa’s healthcare ailments

But it needs urgent support from governments and the private sector

Support for small enterprises should be more than lip service

While government praises entrepreneurs, it could do far more to help them grow. Now is the perfect time for beneficial policy changes

Mad scientists in DA unleash racial distrust

The party has alienated the black electorate by failing to silence the racism in its ranks

Zuma’s onslaught on the law is flawed

Delaying tactics while pretending to be impatient and casting aspersions on the courts are old tricks

Why South Africa’s electricity blackouts are set to continue for the next five years

South Africa is once more experiencing periodic power cuts. These typically take the form of scheduled supply interruptions, for two to four hours a...

Charlotte Maxeke: A woman of firsts

In 1902 she fought for emancipation, including that of women, and was the first black South African to graduate with a BSc

A debt-equity swap will save SAA

Keeping the airline going is worth it for the jobs and related businesses that will be affected if it goes down

Heavy-handed police must respect the right to protest

The charge of public violence was intended to deter street brawls but is being used to punish protesters and discourage dissent

What connects the M to the G?

The Ampersand connects the M to the G. We leave ‘when-we’ Weekly Mail nostalgia and financial strain behind and focus on the now

Response to the falsehoods about the M&G in Sanef’s media ethics and credibility report

Media houses holding each other to account is essential to a working democracy, but false claims serve only to undermine that goal

The ‘Ever Given’ budged – but not Ace

It’s time for major shifts in local politics, given the DA’s lacklustre efforts, the EFF’s faux workerist pose and the ANC’s factionalism

Traditional recruitment is hurting young job seekers, not helping

Businesses should focus on developing the type of talent they need because those ‘unicorns’ they are hoping to recruit are just that – fictitious

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